Tag Archives: Chris Philp

Some MPs need to spend more time learning locally

At the end of last week one of the MPs for West Sussex set out this very strange question which he was directing to the Government Home Department. It is always vital for MPs to spend time with their local … Continue reading

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A very inadequate answer to the Father of the House

Many of us may not be aware of challenges that are impacting the area near Parliament so when Peter Bottomley asked a question about Westminster Bridge the theme of the question can sound very concerning. However what was much more … Continue reading

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We need to challenge Philp and Patel over their Asylum views

Yesterday in the House of Commons two MPs raised a question on the subject of Asylum System: Reform and they got an answer that was clearly not relating to the background of their questions. Sadly if the answer is followed … Continue reading

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The Home Office must change its behaviour and attitudes

This tweet re-appeared yesterday along with a comment from Paul Bernal, a tweeter I often agree with. He was responding to how the Home Office is currently behaving towards our borders and Scotland and I have included his comment below. … Continue reading

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Is this Absolute Crap?

Yesterday in the House of Commons the man on the right Chris Philp who is one of the Ministers in the Home Office made a statement which the man on the left called absolute crap. Inevitably the Deputy Speaker asked … Continue reading

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Three MPs who have made ridiculous public claims this week

It is of course possible that other MPs will have made claims in the last few days that are just as ridiculous or maybe even worse than these three men. Clearly anyone who has spotted other examples is most welcome … Continue reading

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